Tim Hassinger says he “felt like a sixth-grader in a new school” on Monday. That’s because it was his first day as president and CEO of his new company, Lindsay Corp., in Omaha.
There is no doubt that General Electric’s new chairman and CEO John Flannery is serious about trimming the fat within the organization, with a high volume of corporate job cuts and GE research facility shutdowns expected to be announced next month.
A well-designed and implemented recognition program is proven to energize employee confidence and loyalty, measurably impacting talent acquisition, performance and retention.
Ken Chenault came in below the radar line as a peacemaker and problem solver. And the problems were enormous.
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American Express chairman and chief executive Kenneth Chenault will step down on Feb. 1 next year after 16 years as CEO, as the company’s board of directors announced it has appointed 32-year AmEx veteran Stephen J. Squeri as its next CEO and chairman.
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It wasn’t a good enough case for the U.S. Supreme Court to hear, but that didn’t stop Justice Neil Gorsuch from using Scenic America v. Department of Transportation to weigh in on one of his favorite topics.
Yale School of Management senior associate dean for leadership studies Jeffrey Sonnenfeld appeared on CNBC’s “Fast Money Halftime Report” yesterday to discuss his recent interview with Chief Executive.
Being a father of an autistic child has opened this CEO's eyes and changed his leadership style to be more inclusive of people with disabilities.